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The technology may lead to more powerful weapons, energy savings and reduced crew numbers.


An innovative week-long robotics workshop for middle school students ages 9-12 co-sponsored by UB's Techne Institute will culminate with a robot parade on Friday, July 17.


It was surprising to hear President Barack Obama was the first sitting president to visit a prison, says UB's Teresa Miller.


To make Pluto a planet again, says UB's Dejan Stojkovic, the definition of a planet would have to be re-evaluated.


To improve learning among college students, a group of University at Buffalo researchers has turned to the kindergarten classroom for help.

BUFFALO, N.Y. — During the 2015 University at Buffalo GenCyber Camp, teenagers with a penchant for technology learned to create websites, build a computer network and defend it from a simulated attack.

Dignitaries from Jamaica and Western New York will convene in Buffalo for the first annual meeting of the Buffalo Jamaica Innovation Enterprise, where one main topic of discussion will be the planned establishment of a Jamaican center to study infectious diseases.


The renowned materials scientist will serve as the Erich Bloch Endowed Chair, a role that will boost advanced manufacturing and biotechnology in Western New York.


UB researcher to study whether cultural influences play a role in new moms placing babies in unsafe sleep positions.


Paramedics and emergency medical technicians (EMTs) are trained to save lives. But they sometimes enter situations where a dying patient’s end-of-life wishes contradict their professional code.